Portrait of Science-fiction writer and copyright activist; Cory Doctorow in his London, UK office holding a sign of his own making. Topics: cory, doctorow, sci-fi, science, fiction, writer, creative, commons, copyright, boing, blog, blogger
Artist and photographer Sara Davidmann in conversation with Jonathan Worth for the open undergraduate photography class #phonar.org. Topics: davidmann, photography, phonar, worth, art, trans, transgender
This lecture is taken from the open photography course "Photography and Narrative" aka #phonar designed and delivered by Jonathan Worth at Coventry University in the UK. Topics: photography, narrative, storytelling, education, degree, phonar
Author and Professor Fred Ritchin talks to Jonathan Worth about his latest book: "Bending the Frame" for the open undergraduate class Photography and Narrative (aka #phonar). Topics: phonar, ritchin, new media, image, photoshop, photojournalism, education, interview
Lebanese photographer Dalia Khamissy talks to Jonathan Worth about her work "The Missing" , which focuses on the 17,000 people who went missing during the 1975 -1990 Lebanese civil war. Topics: phonar, lebanon, beirut, photography, khamissy
Stephen Mayes talks to Jonathan Worth about Tim Hetherington for the open and connected undergraduate photgraphy class : Phonar ( aka. Photography and Narrative). Topics: phonar, photography, mayes, hetherington, worth
This is the letter of surrender of the de jure government of the State of North-Carolina, by military order, 1 July 1868. The de jure governor was Jonathan Worth. The annulment of the de jure state was part of the Reconstruction Acts Topics: Reconstruction, North-Carolina, de jure government, William Woods Holden, Jonathan Worth,...